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victoria tower at midday, the third formal departure. as i explained during the year the imperial state crown and other items of regalia, they have their own procession to underline their importance in the events, symbolic power that they represent, the modest authority of supremacy. we have a good view of capital maintenance. the long tunes of the gentleman at arm's fluttering in the breeze as andrew ford controls the office to be charged again, spectating in the palace before turning in to the tower of london. godzill and again they are taken back in the procession. we do catch a glimpse of them on the way back, the head of the bases will be positioned in a certain way to pop out of the windows of the carriage and that is a reminder of these positions in days gone by. they were there to project modest power and symbols of modest power said they are properly on display all along the route. all is ready. the coach will be on its way very soon. this is queen alexandra's state coach, a converted into a state coach for this occasion. fantastic -- and to victoria power, turning the corner t
at the investigation into benghazi with margaret brennan, the state department correspondent for cbs news. >> i believe that there is a genuine desire to move beyond this but this is this has become so toxic of a conversation because it's become so politicized on both sides. democrats will tell you when you ask tough questions you're republican. you talk to the republicans and ask tough questions and they'll say you're a democrat. people are failing to see the substance here. so i think that's one of the problems with really making a push to get to the bottom of this. >> rose: we conclude with vali nasr, he worked with the late ambassador richard holbrooke on afghanistan and pakistan during the first term of the obama administration. he has a new book called "the dispensable nation: american foreign policy in retreat." >> it's very clear to people in the region that we do not want to lead in this region. we are not engaged with the arab spring, whether it's egypt, whether it's syria, whether it's yemen, libya, we want to do less we want to reduce this region's importance in global politics. the preside
the second buckingham palace to parliament for her 60th state opening of parliament. or seven minute speech drawn up by the government outlined the priorities for the coming year and included priorities for immigration and climate change. ofbers from both the house commons and house of lords in attendance and the prince of wales and duchess of cornwall attended together. the edwards host of program. it includes a panel discussion with members of parliament and a historical look at state openings. ♪ >> very good morning. everything is just about ready for the start of a new parliamentary year. the state opening of parliament. it is an event which mixes grand ceremony with hard politics. in about an hour's time, she will reveal the program for the year ahead. it is the penultimate session of the parliament for the general election of may 2015. we have been enjoying the spectacle and considering what the queen's speech tells us about david cameron's ambition for the coalition in the months to come. the traditions and features a state openings are reassuringly familiar. there is one notable c
. >> marc, what about the role of former secretary of state hillary clinton? >> first, leon panetta and general dempsey both said they were with the president when news of the attack came in and they maintain regular and constant communication throughout. in thenswer that question of where the president was. >> i am asking about the seven hours afterwards. >> they both testified that the president was involved and they were in constant communication. >> the secretary of state? >> i think the secretary of state made a mistake in leaving the state department. i say that because right now there is nobody there to give her side of the story. in the final analysis, politically, in a cruel world, the white house is concerned about its reputation. john kerry has a short time as secretary of state, he has a big agenda. i think he will call for an independent investigation, but i do think there is nobody there to give her side of the story. she laughed too early. you do not leave when something like this is hanging over your reputation and record. your one time in illustrious career, you we
>> in my view, the arab states, the arab regimes can be compared sherlock holmes dogs that did not bark. in fact, the pillar of american policy in the arab world since 1933, the oil to saudi arabia has played highly equivocal role as has most of the arab countries where palestine is concerned. of the kingdom in which most other arab countries have paid lip service publicly to the palestine cause, in private the diplomatic record shows the diplomacy has taken quite a different path. for example, 1945 after meeting with the monarch aboard an american warship president roosevelt wrote a letter in which he promised that the united states we do nothing that would harm ever interest in palestine and would consult with the arabs before it did anything. united states has betrayed these promises systematically in the decades ever since and this has brought no significant reaction from saudi arabia or other arab countries. truman and his successors could ignore president roosevelt's pledge in 1945 without fear of losing considerable strategic economic advantages that are provided by the
and more mothers in the united states senate, in the house of representatives. emily's list has been committed for 28 years to work to elect democratic women to office. and we just had an historic election in 2012. we have for the first time in our nation's history 20 women in the united states senate. and you look at the conversation that is starting to change on critical issues, even in just five months, five months that they've been in place. particularly, not to -- the gun issue has been so incredibly important, and why it's not dead is those women and the good men with them aren't going to let that background issue be dead. but let's look about what's going on in the armed services committee and the conversation about sexual abuse in the military. we have five democratic women on the armed services committee. you tell me if there'd be hearings if we didn't have those women there. there haven't been hearings for decades on this issue. that's the other issue, the people who are making policy, there are more and more women in there. not enough, but more. >> and on the gun issue, is
. that is over. but i come out of state politics. i have been there, done that. and the first argument of the book is that the problems that are coming up in this country are not strictly speaking political problems. they are political problems, but a better way to understand them -- and this is the first argument, that they are -- we are facing a systemic crisis, not simply political crisi what does that mean? one thing it means is that if you elect the next guy he probably will be able to do much even if we try to build a movement to shift them little bit, and i am for building a movement. other with a look at what is system crisises, and we will get to what that must be done if politics is not move the ball, another way to look at it is long, long trance that don't change but get worse over time tell you, you are dealing with something deeper down in the system than just what an election will do. so, for instance, the distribution of income has been getting steadily worse for 30 years. it is not about whether the congress right now is blocking. there is a two-party that certainly i
attracted national attention when the state refused to allow dna testing that mr. manning's lawyer said could exonerate him from which the crimes he was convicted. the fbi says there were analysis errors in handling the evidence in his case. in washington, d.c. today, a big decision involving the clandestined service of the cia. that's the part of the cia you're thinking of when you think about what it might be like to be a spy. that's the part that handles espionage and covert action. one of the leading candidates to run the clandestin service is one of who ran the prisons in thailand where the cia tortured people. she was also reportedly involved in the decision to erase videotapes of those torture sessions. well, today the cia announced that officer did not get the job of running the clandestine service. somebody else will be in charge of our nation's spies, can't say who. we know it's not her. also, chris christie got secret surgery a to lose weight a couple of months ago. good for you, sir, good luck to you. >>> but if you are a person who closely follows crime stories in the news,
the flight. the question of whether or not the white house or anybody in washington at the state department knew that this was happening at the time and that there was help available, the question is did somebody say to the help, you are not allowed to go? >> who knows? maybe they just figured they were self-radicalized. you know? i think it was obvious it was a political decision made by politicians. that's what they do. they had an election coming up and they buried this thing. i get the white house cover up. what i don't get is the media cover up. that to me is the real scandal. basically if you look at the reporting on benghazi pre election, the media are basically the college pals who are tossing obama's backpack. they just took a story and they threw it aside. it is based on a reflex that is shared by the government and the media. if you look at benghazi and you look at boston, the initial assumptions on boston were they were white tea partiers. it was felt by people in the government and felt by the media. if you look at benghazi it was blame it on the video. these reflexes are base
family came to the united states having left tehran after the revolution. he has a bachelor's from masters , and earned his phd. well done. i won't go through your long list of accomplishments. there are special. but i would especially draw attention to a great part of your book which is the time you spent working under richard holbrooke in 20005-11 as part of the special office, special adviser on pakistan and afghanistan. special advisor to the secretary of state. there are always other offices one discovers that do the same thing you do, and that is part of the problem as you liotta your book which i found fascinating. other share how complex within islam will shape the future, forces of fortune, the rise of the new middle-class and what it will mean for our world. and in the you foretells certain great events that become the rise of sectarianism, although i did not always agree with the full-scale war. i have to say to my think you will allow the people of the law was clearly coming. also the potential for the arabs spring, although i have to say, i think that we have all been
're calling for more action as the state department calls it all old news. this is special report. >> bret: good evening. i'm bri bret baier. john boehner is calling on the white house to turn over the information on the talking points following the days after the attack on benghazi. it's becoming increasingly clear some lawmakers don't think they've heard enough from top state department officials including forme former former sf state hillary clinton. james rosen has the story. >> reporter: while accepting a public service award at the beverly willshire hotel, g.o.p. lawmakers sharpened their attacks on the crebilityd of clinton's testimony on benghazi and are now demanding she and others close to president obama give new testimony. >> now more than ever we should have a joint committee of the appropriate committee asking secretary clinton, chairman dempsey, cheryl mills, and others what really happened in benghazi? joit cheryl mills was clinton's chief of staff and was alleged in the hearing on wednesday to have been among those who received an e-mail from acting assistant secretary of
and your perspective given, you know, current state of politics in egypt? >> so in the beginning we, a group of us took a different path than most of the other revolutionaries, so we said we need to go down to the people who actually we rallied for and make them feel that the revolution has, did some kind of positive influence. because at the end of the day, the normal egyptian, i mean, like any human being who cares about his basic needs, you know, education, health, food, security, you know, housing. so if they don't, if people -- and this is, and this is what actually give us legitimacy or give us any kind of support is that people were standing behind us. so it's -- we did not go down and show the people that we have done, and this revolution has done something positive in this element, then we didn't, the revolution would not have succeeded. so we went to one of the largest areas in egypt with a million to 100,000 population, and we took a street, and we just decided to make it a -- [inaudible] in terms of education, health, environment and see what are the core problems. and o
turns out to be one of the most prosperous states and the union by doing just about the exact opposite of everything the president has been, well, recommending. currently it boasts an unemployment rate over one point below the national average, some of the lowest taxes in the country. here is the president earlier today urging his texas crowd to hopeless their local lawmakers to jump on the obama agenda bandwagon. >> everyone's a while i'm going to need your help to lean on their elected representatives and say, hey, let's do something about this. even if you don't like it politically, if it is a good idea, let's go ahead and support it. sometimes i need is a chance to pressure their members of congress to do the right thing. lou: did you see that crowd getting so excited? welcome back on capitol hill one of those texas lawmakers being upon the president and the so-called gang of eight on the issue of immigration reform. senator ted crews of texas becoming a force in the republican party and one of the principal faces of opposition to the gang of eight immigration proposal. insisting t
of the house intelligence committee victoria say it's a violation of law. she represents one of the state department employees. >> my client is being so compliant with the law. here is the state department was trying to ignore this until you beat up on this. they were obstructing justice. >> adam housley has learned from an unnamed special operator who watched the events that took place in benghazi that the official account may be wrong, perhaps terribly weakening. they say the unied states had military assets in position to act and respond to save at least two of the lives that were lost in that attack. we take you a of that up tonight with former c.i.a. operative michael sawyer who led the bin laden unit and thomas mcnerney and congressman robert lotta on the losing war on tracking and the crush the keystone pipeline. someone inside the obama white house is issuing threats and intimidating employees of the state departmental that wishes to share critical information. fox news chief washington correspondent james rosen has our report. >> state department pushed back against charges first
starting in an unlikely if not weird location this week. a state known for low taxes and few regulations. not exactly the president's platform. why is he there tonight? >>> hello, everyone. i'm dana perina and bob becle and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new new york city. this is "the five." >> we are two days away from a major hearing on capitol hill on the administration's attack on benghazi. names of the three whistle-blowers scheduled to testify have been released. they are state department official eric in nordstrom, gregory hicks. he took a frantic call from stevens when terrorists stormed the consulate. he reported an attack from the get go to folks back at home and not a demonstration. friday we told you about the weekly standard reporting on how the administration changed the talking points in the days after the attack and the sunday shows. it is not just republicans critical of obama's team for that. here is steven lynch on "fox news sunday." >> it was scrubbed. it was inaccurate. you are right. there is no excuse for that. there was false information. >> so maybe i w
was in the united states senate. the 844 page immigration's bill was brought forward by republican senator marco of florida. joining him were the seven other members of the self- denominated gang. four democrats and four republicans. on thursday the senate judiciary committee began considering the bill with all of the proposed changes, over 300 to the original 800 page document. the amendments were filed by individual senators crowded by hundreds of lobbyiest. as proposed the bill would be before security and create a system to track temporary workers and visitors and penalize employers who hire illegal immigrants and grant the illegal immigrants in the u. s. a chance to gain legal state and after some hurdles citizenship. this pass for citizenship is one of the major sticking points as as many mostly conservatives. case and point, a new study from the heritage foundation. an act of citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants would cost u.s. taxpayers $6.3 trillion. the study is no immigrants over a period of 50 years would benefit from entitlement programs including health, education, social
different states and 9,600 local jurisdictions. they would find themselves having to pay tax filingings attentionly in all 46 states monthly or quarterly and to be subjected potentially to audits from each of those local counties, each of these local municipalities. you know, i have with me here today a listing of all of the tax rates in these 9,600 different jurors diksz and it is -- jurisdiction and it is truly indecipherable, you can pick any state and see the county and get the different tax rate and in a lot of counties, for example, i just opened this up at random, and -- all right so in colorado which i happened to open it up to, if you look in taylor park, if it happens to come from the 81210 zip code, the tax rate is 4.5% but if it's in the same county but comes from the 8123 zip code the tax rate is 8.25%. now, small businesses, a small mom and pop just getting started on the internet would be required to comply with all of these taxing jurisdictions, to send the taxes to all of these taxing jurisdictions and to be subject potentially to audits from 9,600 taxing jurisdictions.
coordinator, eric nordstrom and state department official mark thompson denying the white house version of what took place on that day. and the white house's explanation of their response over the days and weeks that followed. congressional investigators learned key details that haven't been made public by the obama administration. anwe begin with the lack of response to americans under attack byerrorists and the failure of communication between the state department, the pentagon and libya. hicks confirmed forces were available in tripoli, but were told to stand down before they could mount a rescue effort. >> we determined at we need to send a second team from tripoli to secure the airport for the withdraw of our personnel from benghazi ter the mortar attack. >> but were any of these u.s. military personnel not permitted to travel on a rescue mission or relief mission to benghazi? >> they were not authorized to travel >> what happened with those personnel? >> they remained in tripoli with us. >> we also learned hicks was never contacted by u.n. ambassador susan rice before she went on
thompson, an officer in states counterterrorism bureau. what will they add to our understanding of the attack and is anyone else going to come forward either wednesday or later? >> well, we've had other people come forward and i think you'll see other hearings as well. but these two gentlemen are in a unique position. mr. hicks became the chief of mission. he has a unique insight. when i went to libya three weeks after, i was able to talk to him. he's not partisan. i think he was being suppressed a little bit and we need to hear from him exactly what happened and didn't happen that night. he was the chief of mission in libya when this went down. >> suppressed by whom? >> well, that's what we want to have a hearing about. we heard things, for instance, that there was no military option. there was no ability to get any military personnel there. i think you're going to hear some testimony that says we did have some military options. we could have gotten some people there, and they were told to stand down. that's the kind of thing we need to explore in this area. >> and mark thompso
, a member of our iowa .comstate central committee. he's our state party secretary and he recently ran for the ffice of county swfer in mahasca county, and he won. pastor mark dolan. [applause] >> would you pray with me, please. almighty and gracious father in heaven, we thank you so much for this and every other day of life that you've given us. we know, father, as we come together that righteousness exunder all the circumstances the nation, and also in your world that sin separates us from you. and as a nation we humbly come before you. we seek your face and repent of those sin that is separate us from you. we ask as a nation that you bless us that we would recognize that without your blessing that we fall. we pray that as we're about to partake in a meal that you would bless each one of us and that you would be here with us and that your presence is welcome. we thank you so much for all the many blessings that you give us, it's in jesus' name that we pray. amen. >> thank you, pastor dolan. it's my special privilege now to introduce you to another member of the iowa g.o.p. state cent
constitution. and those who parrot the words separation of church and state as if they are in the constitution, i find, don't often know that those are not in the constitution and are not aware that thomas jefferson coined that phrase in a letter to the danberry baptists where he also coined the phrase wall of separation. and and this is a president who's been confirmed by secular and ven the congressional resource folks that jefferson most sundays when he was here in washington would normally ride a horse down pennsylvania avenue and attend a nondenominational christian worship service here in the capitol, just down the hall, at what we now call statuary hall but where back then, for most of the 1800's, they had a christian worship service. the first woman to address a , a in the capitol did so female eadvantage list, christian eadvantage list spoke down the hall, the first catholic to address a group in the capitol did so just down the hall. the first african-american to address a group in the capitol id so down the hall. it's a very historic place down the hall where church was held for m
. unfortunately, we are ignoring the key role that the government's -- governments, local, state and federal play. we are builders and we are americans and we will do it. we will make it happen. and i will tell you this, when america begins to make it in america, americans are going to make it. i thank you so very much mr. speaker and i yield back and i thank my colleagues. the speaker pro tempore: the chair lays before the house a message. the clerk: to the congress of the united states. section 202-d of the national emergencies act 50 united states code 1622-d provides for the automatic termination of a national emergency unless within 90 days prior to the anniversary date of its declaration, the president publishes in the federal register and transmits to the congress a notice stating that the emergency is to continue in effect beyond the anniversary date. in accordance with this provision, i have sent to the federal register for publication the enclosed notice stating that the until emergency with respect to the actions of the government of syria declared in executive order 13338 of may 11, 2
and secretary of state clinton do anything wrong? >> did she ask you about the cause of the attack? >> i don't recall that being part of the conversation. will. >> bill: tonight. we have straight talk about benghazi. also, upcoming on the factor, there is a verdict in the jodi arias murder trial. >> guilty. >> bill: and the latest on that horrendous kidnapping in cleveland. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. very busy news day. we'll have analysis of the jodi arias verdict. she was found guilty of first degree murder. also the latest on the horrendous cleveland kidnapping case. but, first, our lead story tonight the benghazi hearings in washington today. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. there is no question, no question at all that the u.s.a. did not protect its ambassador to libya christopher stephens and three other americans who were murdered by terrorists in benghazi last september 11th. so today, the house oversight committee tried to find out exactly who
state legislator was arrested and taken into custody by the fbi. this is kind of starting to feel like a daily occurrence in new york state politics. the really bizarre revelation around this latest arrest, though, is that the narc, the person who wore a wire to help law enforcement in this case, is yet another member of the new york state legislature. so far we know of a democratic state assemblyman and now a democratic state senator who were both wearing recording equipment to help law enforcement catch other allegedly corrupt members of the state legislature while they themselves were going about their daily allegedly corrupt new york state legislative business. wow. today in northern virginia, a senior defense official told nbc news the united states air force fired the lieutenant colonel who is in charge of the air force's sexual assault prevention and response office. the reason they fired him is because he was arrested over the weekend for alleged sexual assault. himself. i told you this was a freakish day in the news. also the usual suspects on the right trying to get us involv
newland the state department spokeswoman who was not satisfied with the references therein to al qaeda and islamic extremist and the warnings the cia provided about how dangerous benghazi had become. all scrubbed, scrubbed, scrubbed. so now abc reports on it and expands on it in john karl's defense he did a good job. so now it's news. people are getting a little nervous. you add to that the whistleblower testimony this week on capitol hill. those three state department employees taking an oath to tell the truth on what happened during that night of terror on september 11th that left four americans dead. and now they are coming under attack. gregory hicks, one of the main wednesdays may already be paying the price. he says he was reassigned after he questioned what susan rice told america on the sunday talk shows to a low level desk job. he did not believe what she told us and now we know he had cause for his concerns and now he has been demoted. our own james rosen presented the state department or pressed, i should say, the state department ahead of mr. hicks' testimony, listen to thi
that could prompt criticism of the state department and e-mail sent from former spokesperson victoria space and said they were made for purely political reasons. she objected to this cia references to al qaeda groups as well as cia warnings about terrorist threats in the months preceding the september 11th attack. one e-mail said "the early cia draft could be abused by members of congress ought to be dip the state department for those were not paying attention to warnings so why would we want to be that? >> and those references were scrubbed she noted the changes did not resolve all of my issues of the building leadership. that being of course, secretary of state hillary clinton. "the weekly standard" steve it pays one negative stephen hays that petraeus was shocked when he reread the talking points as the original c.i.a. assessment was blocked to call it an attack from islamic extremists with ties to al qaeda. jay kearney today responded to the new revelations of a lengthy and testy press briefing where he continuously tried to point* the finger away from president obama. >> it was the sta
. now, special adviser to the secretary of state. there always are other offices one discovers that do the same thing you do, and that's part of the problem as you lay out in the book which is fascinating. other works that you've done, sheer revival, i used in courses i've done, how conflicts in islam shape the future, forces of forchip, the rise of the new middle class and what it means for our world, and in these you tell certain great events that do come. .. >> host: i guess it's a confession in a way, but i had almost a fatal attraction to reading your book. and in part it's the kind of fatalism that if you've been around and watched, and i have observed many of the inner struggles. for me, this was the revelation, one of the revelations of your book, struggles that go on in the making of policy a few people see. most people like to see that everything is fine, the great minds, the best minds come together, the great leaders. and after careful talking and analysis come to decisions on policy. and i think you and i know that it's not quite that simple, it's certainly not that easy a
from state department employees about the terrorist attacks that killed four americans last september in libya, including the u.s. ambassador. we have fox team coverage tonight. james rosen with new evidence showing what members of the administration knew and when they knew it. we begin with mike emmanuel on capitol hill. good evening. >> good evening. powerful words from state department whistle blowers still full of emotion eight months after four americans were killed in benghazi. >> i got the ambassador on the other end and he said, greg, we're understand attack. and it was also a bad cell phone night in tripoli. connections were weak. but i said, okay. and the line cut. >> emotional testimony from gregory hicks who served as deputy to ambassador stevens and in libya the night of benghazi attack. >> at 3:00 a.m., i received a call from the prime minister of libya. i think it's the saddest phone call i've ever had in my life. he told me that ambassador stevens had passed away. >> hicks also spoke with the special forces troops prepared to travel from tripoli to benghazi when they w
with the italians. it is stunning that our the united states of america, could not get a tanker in the air? mr. hicks,, when did you think this was actually over, this was done, we were safe? not until our personnel landed intricately on the c-130. a and even then, there is reason why you had to leave the facility in tripoli. >> that is correct. >> when did you return to tripoli? >> we returned i believe on the 14th. >> and security? >> they arrived on september 12. >> and the governor never asked asked the government never asked for permission. this is one of the key concerns. in the last minute, i want to ask mr. thompson, i want to read an excerpt of an e-mail sent by you to timothy walsh and james webster on wednesday, september 12,@11:10 in the morning. , daniel benjamin on the phone this morning, he understands my point, concurs, but expressed his pessimism regarding the deployment and by extension does not extend a lobby for our inclusion." to remind everybody here, didn't daniel benjamin recently state that any claim that key elements of the counterterrorism bureau such as that were cu
that is stated we have to file an 801. that is a local law. it's been requested of me to feel comfortable for approving this. i feel this is a great stubbornness about this unless there is some kind of threat, i don't understand why you wouldn't want to do that. >> supervisor, the d. a.'s office the f pcc stated it was an inappropriate form because we made a specific request for the offices and we designated where it would be located. it's an inappropriate form and i respect their opinion and the analysis of this situation. the attorney we used in this matter 801 and 803 are state regulations. that agency has said it's not an appropriate form. 803 is the appropriate form. we filed that and that contains all the information. we have addressed the concerns that you are raising about filing the appropriate forms. the state and with the city and we've done that. >> thank you for the explanation. i expected it. mr. gibner, could you state one last question i have that whether our local laws about requiring filing around 801 whether that requirement should be followed? >> just to be clear, the
on the ground, military and state department people are asking for more help. they are asking for security, they are pleading for security and they got nothing. it was inexcusable and it should preclude her from holding higher office. [applause] on may 5 of the year of the attack, they requested a d.c.3 plane. this is not one of the newest plane, i think we can afford this kind of plane when it is requested. it ply flies around the country and to flee when requested. denied. three days later $300,000 was approved for an electrical station in vee enfla. the ambassador is selling electric cars to his friends but the plugs were not working. so we don't have enough money to let them have a plane. we're saving money, no plane for you, we spend $100,000 showing off our climate change philosophy for the western europeans. we go through the summer, we find out that the state department also spent $100,000 on three comedians that we sent to india on a not war promotional tour. we don't have money for security but we have money for comedians to go to india. we also found out that the state departmen
and in the united states. you just told me, make the case for mexico specifically. the government did a lot to right this ship here. they have a lot of delevered balance sheets and one of the things that you're doing right -- one of the problems you will find is the mexican american. people want to go back to mexico because the jobs are plenty and there's growth and it's not that dependent on developing marketsor emerging markets, mexico is grate for 20 then. art hogan at lazard capital markets impeach tile arer? >> one of the chip companies that has been helping power is disney. that following a year's worth of steady gains at the house of the mouse. courtney reagan joins us with news that should make disney investors even happier. >> that's right, tyler, it's not just the happiest place on earth for kids. it is also making investors very happy. the world's largest entertainment company reported fiscal second-quarter earnings after the bell beating wall street's expectations on both the top and bottom lines. for the second quarter, disney reports earnings of 79 cents per share. 2 cents above wall s
involvement in those revisions was very minor. plying the state department under hillary clinton was the primary editing force. the state says they didn't want to highlight al qaeda involvement because it might impede the investigation. a fairly incredible assertion. what jay carney attempted to do today was convince the world that there was initial confusion about who attacked the american ambassador and killed him and that the white house was acting responsibly in avoiding placing direct blame. the fact remains that ambassador rice did place blame for the attack on the anti-islamic video released in the u.s.a. that was her primary focus. so summing up, no admission of wrongdoing by the obama administration. charges that the benghazi controversy is politically motivated and no release of emails that might clarify the situation the white house saying some congress people have seen them and that's all that's necessary. and that's the memo. now, for the top story tonight. let's bring in abc news correspondent jonathan karl who is investigating the story. first of all, about jay car
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